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“Amici is an ensemble-in-residence at the University of Toronto, and on behalf of the university, I would like to congratulate this uniquely talented group on their 15th season.”
“When Alessandra Amoroso was declared the winner of "Amici" - Italy's answer to "American Idol" - in March, she thought things couldn't get much better.”
“For the past five years, a group of friends, mostly military wives or retired government workers, have been meeting for lunch at an Italian restaurant called Amici's in a strip mall in Stafford, Va.”
“The X-factor in Italy, which airs on Rai2 public tv, is locked in a major ratings battle with the Italian version of Friends, known as Amici, which airs on one of the”
“For more information, call Amici at 884-9900 or find the restaurant on Facebook.”
“Humbert in Daremberg and Saglio, _Dictionnaire_, s.v. "Amici," I, p. 228 (cf. 160).”
“WINGING IT: Amoroso auditioned for "Amici" without having taken formal voice lessons.”
“Other facilities include WiFi in lobby and public areas, underground car park, free safety deposit boxes at reception, complimentary scheduled airport shuttle service, plus a variety of dining options including the 'Amici' all-day dining Italian restaurant; the 24-hour Snack Service and the 'Ezaz' bar.”
“Amici," since it is a friend of the court brief), minced no words.”
“Nina DeLuca, who co-owns the two Trattoria Amici eateries with husband Tancredi, had told me of her appreciation for the Prime Beef Burger with Fried Egg $20, a magnificent burger made with two-year-old aged cheddar, cippollini jam, bacon, chilies, arugula, lemon aioli, served with crispy French fries.”
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